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Safari on Windows

Safari on WIndows

With nary a peep from the XUL Runner folks on the recent proliferation of WebKit apps, I was going to say, “Man, Firefox is so effed” but I shouldn’t say that without backing it up. And being more specific and saying “Man, Gecko is so effed” isn’t all that helpful either. And anyway, I wouldn’t be entirely correct, since really what I mean is that “the collective Gecko and Firefox community seems to be taking a long time shipping a widgetizeable and stand-alone platform for running web applications as desktop applications compared with the WebKit community”.

But anyway, in the meantime, WebKit (whose party I attended last night) is steaming right along. Especially now that you can run Safari on the PC things are going to get very interesting in the rendering engine space very quickly.

Can we get a Linux port already?

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9 thoughts on “Safari on Windows

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  2. I really cant get over how jarring that screencap is. It’s about as weird as the first time I tried installing osx86 on a greybox PC…seeing that grey bootup screen with the apple logo in the middle on a machine that’s ‘supposed’ to be running windows is just eerie.

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